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Blue screen restart

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my machine starts all fine, l then see a blue screen and it restarts. Problem is that the restart is so fast i can not see the error message.

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Have you tried to reformat your drive? BSOD usually means that there is an incompatibility issue or instability within your installed software.

so think for a moment and review the softwares that is installed on your computer.

best thing to do is try to reformat it and when the reformat is done. check is you still get the blue screen without installing your softwares.

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